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Old 11-04-2012, 08:39 PM   #1
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Nutritional Info on Fat Bombs

Just wondering if anyone knows how many carbs, fat, calories, etc. in a cupcake sized fat bomb? I make mine using Abi Fae's recipe, so the standard CO, dark chocolate ones.

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Old 11-04-2012, 08:46 PM   #2
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Depends on exactly what you put it in, how many you make, etc.

The tracking site I use lets make recipes, so you put in the total amount of each ingredient, how many total it makes, and it does the calculation. That's probably the easiest way of knowing how yours break down.
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When I make them I redo the nutritional data each time depending on what I throw in.

Have you made any yet? I think a cupcake sized fat bomb would be around a thousand calories at least. The ones I made are two tablespoons poured into a cupcake liner and they look to be about the size of a reese cup in the end. They usually run around 15-180 cals.
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Yeah - I make mine in silicone square ice cube molds. They are about an inch by an inch and maybe 1/3 of an inch tall. Anymore would be too much for me - sometimes I just eat half.

I didn't figure out the cals because I'm not counting calories, but mine are under 1 carb per fat bomb. I count them as 1 carb. I imagine that mine would be about 150-200 cals since They are about a tablespoons worth of butter/co/peanut butter etc.
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Depends on exactly what you put it in, how many you make, etc.

The tracking site I use lets make recipes, so you put in the total amount of each ingredient, how many total it makes, and it does the calculation. That's probably the easiest way of knowing how yours break down.
Which site is that?
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since the recipe is so simple, it's not hard to weigh or measure each thing you use and then look it up. it would be a LOT of calories, that's for sure!

if it were a half cup total, it would be about 940 calories and 200 grams of fat. I didn't look up all ingredients of any recipe, this was an estimate.
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